PCM-3343 PC/104 Fanless SBC DM&P Vortex86DX, Advantech(EN)





Rating is available when the video has been rented.
This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.
Published on Aug 26, 2012

PCM-3343 is a cost-effective System On Chip (SoC) PC/104 CPU module driven by the ultra low power DM&P Vortex86DX 1.0 GHz processor with 256 MB of DDR2 SDRAM memory on board. PCM-3343 has the standard dimensions of 96 x 90 mm in a fanless PC/104 architecture, supporting rich graphic output including VGA and 24-bit LVDS or TTL up to 1024 x 768 resolution. PCM-3343 delivers ultra low power consumption of less than 5 Watts under full load, and extended temperature support between -40 ~ 85°C. It is well-suited for those applications which need only basic CPU performance, but very low power consumption at an attractive price. This latest SoC CPU board will appeal to system integrators developing DOS, WinCE, WinXP Embedded and Linux --based OS applications in factory automation and industrial instrument fields as well as medical products and devices.

Main Features:
* Ultra low power, fanless DM&P Vortex86DX- 1 GHz and 256 MB onboard DDR2 memory
* VGA+LCD dual display outputs, 24-bit LVDS/TTL supported
* Integrated Floating Point Unit
* Supports 2 Fast Ethernet ports in standard PC/104 96 x 90 mm dimensions
* Supports embedded software APIs and Utilities

Power Consumption
* (Typical: Idle in WinXPe) 3.7 Watt
* (Max, test in passmark burn-in program) 4.25 Watt

* CompactFlash CompactFlash socket (Type I/II),shared with primary master PATA
* PATA 1 Channel
* SPI Flash Optional onboard 4 MB SPI Flash Disk (Supported by request for boot device or storage on DOS OS)

* Chipset SMI SM712 VRAM 4 MB internal memory
* Graphics Engine
62.5 MHz single clock/cycle engine (EM+)
86 MHz single clock/cycle engine (EM4+)
Designed to accelerate DirectDraw
* LVDS Single channel 24-bit LVDS up to 1024 x 768
* VGA Supports up to 1024 x 768 at 85 Hz
* TTL LCD Supports up to 1024 x 768

Product Page:


to add this to Watch Later

Add to

Loading playlists...